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How safe is heated clothing?

magellings2 11 months ago • updated by Shaun A Kranish (Principal) 11 months ago 4

How safe is heated clothing?  For example, this heated hoodie.  Are these safe to wear, especially considering a family who just purchased the stetzerizer package for their home?  We've taken two steps forward, and don't want to take two steps back.

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I understand I can pay $32 for a consultation, however I just purchased over $800 in stetzerizers and was hoping to get a legitimate reply w/out needing to pay a fee.

Dear customer,

We thank you for purchasing the Stetzerzier filters with us .We will be happy to assist you with any questions in regards to the products you purchased. We offer free product support. 

The EMF that might be emitted by the heated clothing products are not affiliated with dirty electricity and the filters. It is a different type of EMF that needs to be measured and looked at. 

We have not researched that topic. The Heated hoodie is a battery operated product that needs to be measured to access its effects. We consult for a fee to ensure the quality of our work and commitment. Thank you!

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My thoughts on it would be it's probably not as bad as some types of EMF.  The reason being it is DC - direct current - powered.  However, we don't know if it is pulsed at all.  Pulsed EMF could be a concern.  Even static DC EMF can be a concern - it's not natural.  Some parts of the body and organs and tissue would be exposed to one polarity, and others could be exposed to a different polarity.  This could confuse the body and cause abnormal biological effects.


There is not a lot of research on this.  As with anything, it is taking a risk.  Having heating elements so close to the body like that - producing magnetic fields...seems risky to me.  Measurements could be taken and then compared to standards such as those set forth by the International Institute for Building Biology and Ecology.  We've never measured such a device.  This is news to me that they exist even.